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Cryptid: The Ultimate Cryptozoology Experience

Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 18th, 2006

I’ve written, in depth, about the definition of cryptid, a word that was coined in 1983, by John E. Wall of Manitoba. Now, a mere 23 years later, it has become such an important part of our popular culture that one of the most incredibly well-designed graphic novels to capture the topic of this blog […]

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Ogopogo Poop Now on Sale to Help Charity

Posted by: John Kirk on July 18th, 2006

A new product based on the mythical droppings of Okanagan Lake’s mystery beast is a hot new item on the retail circuit. The Kelowna Daily Courier newspaper carried this report on the sweet tasting droppings: Ogopogo Poop has made its way into several Kelowna stores and will soon be on televisions across the province. The […]

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Little People Confirmed As New Species

Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 18th, 2006

While people can debate the reality of giant hairy Johor Hominids, huge hirsute Canadian Sasquatch, or little furry Hawaiian Menehunes, there’s no denying the continuing and expanding picture of the reality of the tiny, three-feet tall human-like beings of Indonesia. We have their bones. In a new, just-published July 2006 paper in the Journal of […]

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New Jersey Bigfoot

Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 17th, 2006

How do local Bigfoot groups begin? How do they establish themselves? How do they “get out there” to have the public know they are local investigators? Craig’s group in Texas is a high-evolved and well-oiled machine. But they all start the same way. Most begin as a grassroots effort, and today, since I recently spotlighted […]

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World War III and Cryptozoology

Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 17th, 2006

Jeremiah 10:22: Behold, the noise of the bruit is come, and a great commotion out of the north country, to make the cities of Judah desolate, and a den of dragons. As the world seems to be rushing onward to World War III, let us pause, for a moment, to consider what impact this Armageddon […]

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Johor: Gentle Hominid or Boar Killer

Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 17th, 2006

There are various kinds of unknown hairy hominoids seen throughout the world. Unfortunately, despite this diversity, “Bigfoot” has become a universal label for any upright hairy humanlike unknown species. Using the new name “Johor Hominid” makes sense, in an attempt to sort through the confusion. But another wrinkle is behavioral evidence that comes out in […]

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Exclusive: Chinese Release More on Johor Pix

Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 16th, 2006

The following has been passed along by the API and permission granted to publish this English translation on Cryptomundo: July 23, 2006 Edition The International Chinese Newsweekly The Mystery of the Malaysia Nature Park Bigfoot by Lim Yu Soon The Orang Asli tribes in Johor believe in a mystery creature that they called Hantu Jarang […]

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Cryptozoologist of the Day: Jesse Dye

Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 16th, 2006

My Cryptomundo nod of the day goes to Mr. Jesse Dye of Kentucky, for his positive reinforcement of the true nature of cryptozoology. In an article written by Howard McEwen, with photographyby Ernest Coleman (no relation), and published on Sunday, July 16, 2006, in The Enquirer of Cincinnati, mention is made of the re-naming of […]

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Johor Photos Promoted For Funding?

Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 15th, 2006

According to a new article in the Malaysian newspaper, The New Straits Times, the ultimate motive of all of the recent news about the launch of the Johor Hominid website may have been revealed: a call for funding. R. Sittamparam, writing in an article on July 15th, notes that Vincent Chow’s and Sean Ang’s website […]

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1934’s Murderous Monster Marsupial

Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 15th, 2006

Sometimes the strangest things you hear about in cryptozoology catch up with physical evidence years later. Take, for instance, Killer Kangaroos. No, I’m not talking about the Mystery Kangaroos that punched out the Chicago police in the 1970s. I’m thinking, instead, about the Killer Kangaroo of 1934. This week saw news out of Australia that […]

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Update: Wisconsin Bigfoot Video

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 14th, 2006

Update on the Wisconsin Bigfoot video that was discussed here on Cryptomundo earlier this week.  I have been informed that Steve Kulls of SquatchDetective.com was on his way to Wisconsin yesterday morning. I received the following message from a member of that organization on July 12. Thanks so much for calling attention to the July […]

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Boston Rob Takes on Bigfoot & Mothman

Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 14th, 2006

According to a new press release, there is going to be a new, short, television series coming in the fall of 2006. Here’s the release and my commentary. – LC Sci Fi Channel Announces New Program Will Explore Bigfoot, Mothman, and Other “Controversial” Topics Experts Join “Boston Rob” Mariano on “SCI FI Investigates” Team Pasadena, […]

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Them! and Skullduggery: The Bridge to Johor

Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 13th, 2006

Sometimes I start one place, go down a side road, end up elsewhere, and find my way back to say goodbye. The 1950s-1960s movie and television character actor Christian Drake, who played Trooper Ed Blackburn in the classic 1954 film Them!, has died at the age of 82. Is it a coincidence that I just […]

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Stuffed Sasquatch Auction

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 13th, 2006

On eBay, there is an auction ongoing for what is claimed to be a Sasquatch shoulder mount. The auction states: Up for auction is a very large sasquatch (big foot) taxidermy shoulder mount. Is it a real big foot? You be the judge. Over all measurements are 36" wide, 32"High, and 20" from the wall. […]

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Malaysia Media Promotes Web Mania

Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 13th, 2006

According to the Malaysia Star of Thursday July 13, 2006′s article, “Big draw for Bigfoot site,” it’s all about the numbers first, and the hominids second. In the piece by Nelson Benjamin of The Star, dateline Johor Baru, the reporter writes: A website dedicated to the Malaysian version of Bigfoot has created a buzz among […]

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